For what seems like the 4 billionth time, another former Michael Jackson associate claims the pop star stiffed him out of $180,400 back before MJ kicked the bucket.
This time, the claim comes from a former business manager who says Michael's brother Randy Jackson hired him to fix MJ's tax problems back in 2004.
According to the creditor's claim, filed by entertainment attorney Perry C. Wander today in L.A. County Superior Court, Don Stabler claims he spent 632 hours "dealing with others on [MJ's] behalf" -- a service for which he charged $325 per hour.
We're assuming the Jackson estate will throw this in the to-do list ... which has got to be one hell of a stack by now.
MJ's Estate -- Mo' Money, Mo' Problems
10/7/2009 7:30 PM PDT BY TMZ STAFF
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